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8:07 AM PST on January 7, 2016

    • Top ten achievements of US Bicycle Route System in 2015 (Adventure Cycling)
    • High speed rail unveils construction bids (The Hill)
    • House Republicans propose a bill that would prevent class action suits against VW (Daily Kos)
    • Self-driving cars won't kill mass transit (Kill Screen)
    • The four types of cyclists in the U.S. (CityLab)
    • ICYMI: Five cyclist-blaming headlines and how to reframe them (Bicycling)
    • Oakland eases rules on secondary units to help add density (East Bay Express)
    • Not building enough housing is morally equivalent to tearing down homes (Greater Greater Washington)
    • Interactive map compares carbon footprints of Bay Area neighborhoods (UC Berkeley)

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